On Monday, Paige Spiranac, a well-known influencer in golf, had some powerful advice for men who write negative comments about her on social media but also send her private messages.
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On Monday, Paige Spiranac, a prominent figure in the golf community and social media influencer, shared a tweet with some wise advice for men who write negative comments about her on social media, but also send her direct messages.
Word of advice to the men out there. If you’re going to write a mean, nasty comment about me at least delete your DM asking me out first. You’re giving me mixed messages lol
— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) January 17, 2023
Paige Spiranac began her college education at the University of Arizona and later transferred to San Diego State University.
Spiranac has participated in the Cactus Tour and made attempts to qualify for the LPGA Tour. She did not pass the cut in an LPGA Tour event held in Dubai in 2016. She has played in different invitational tournaments subsequently.
She gained fame on social media through a different approach and has become one of the most popular influencers in the sport of golf.
Spiranac has a large following on social media, with over 3.7 million followers on Instagram and another 1.6 million on TikTok. She also serves as an ambassador for Points Bet USA and released a calendar for the year 2023.
Nick is the type of golfer who tees off from the tips but can’t hit is more than 220. He’ll wait for par 5s in two when he’s 310 out. Say “hit it sally” when someone in group leaves a putt short. And thinks he has a shot with the cart girl. https://t.co/jrbMIIhJk0
— Paige Spiranac (@PaigeSpiranac) January 7, 2023
Recently, Paige Spiranac had a dispute with conservative commentator Nick Adams over the issue of "slow female golfers" who play on championship courses during the weekend.
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